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Comment 15 hours ago

This is no surprise. She must have finally opened all the nudes I sent in the mail. 

Comment 30 Jun 2015

You know what AV really needs? 

Comment 09 Jun 2015

If we are strictly looking at the 2014 football season, then no the title game is not the best offensive performance. It had the potential of being the best if it were not for the 4 TOs. The B1G title game was by far the most impressive offensively. OSU scored on 69% of their offensive possessions. To be that dominant in a conference championship game is impressive.

Comment 03 Jun 2015

This will also be a relief for Joey G. He won't have to share a booth with Beth anymore. 

Comment 03 Jun 2015

I really wish the Fat Urkel tshirt would have come to fruition.

Comment 14 May 2015

Bass - did you get your inspiration from NASCAR tshirts? Hook me up with a tank top version.

Comment 27 Apr 2015

Robby: "Yo Dirt, did I get ya?"

Joe Dirt: "No, I'm cool."

Robby: "No yer not!"

Comment 09 Feb 2015

Since he is currently on a roster as a QB there is no need to ponder this question. However, if he gets cut and doesn't get picked up by anyone else, it would make sense to try a position change if he wants a shot at staying in the league. 

For those of you that completely disagree with this idea, I ask why? Because Gates and Graham at least played some TE at one point? I would hope someone can make a better argument than that. 

I will play the devil's advocate and attempt to make a case as to why he COULD make at at TE/WR and counter some of these arguments.

"He's never played the position before": This is just a lazy argument. Players change positions all of the time. But on the offensive side of the ball, the most successful position changes are QB to WR. Why? Because he has a QB's perspective on how to see the field. He knows how to read a coverage, understands spacing, and also knows route timing. The athletes that don't make it in the league lack the mental part of the game. So why can't a superb athlete who has a great understand of the game make it at a different position?

"He can't block and would need to gain weight to play TE": Not necessarily. With a lot of new fast paced offenses, you are starting to see a lot of 2 TE sets that have 1 traditional blocking TE on the field along with a hybrid TE. He wouldn't be asked to block a whole lot and when he is asked, it would likely be against a corner, safety, or OLB. With Pryor's size and speed, I like his chances.

"He can't play WR because he can't cut. He can only run straight": Maybe he can't. But it's not fair to assume so. He played QB and wasn't asked to make cuts like a receiver and when he ran, he was usually able to outrun everyone anyway and if he couldn't, all he had to do was stick that giant long arm out and stiff arm someone. Even if he couldn't get in and out of breaks like an elite WR, he would have a much larger catch radius than the majority of WRs in the league and would have a size advantage on every corner/safety he went up against. 

All I am saying is, if he cannot make it in the league and stay on a roster as a QB, why not at least try it?